DescriptionDescendants of the Mashpee Indians still gather cranberries from the many bogs in the Mashpee area. Old Indian Meeting House, the second Indian church on the cape, was erected in 1684; it stands in the old burying ground along SR 28 south of town.
InfoOfficeMashpee Chamber of Commerce 5 N. Market St. MASHPEE, MA 02649. Phone:(508)477-0792
ShoppingJust west of the Mashpee Rotary Circle at SRs 28 and 151 is Mashpee Commons (22 Steeple St.), an open-air shopping center modeled after a traditional New England village. The multipurpose complex features a Regal Cinema as well as such chains as Pottery Barn, Puritan Cape Cod, Soft As A Grape and White House/Black Market.
About 4.5 miles south of Mashpee Commons in the New Seabury community, preppy clothing, organic soaps, artwork and beach-inspired trinkets fill Popponesset Marketplace (259 Shore Dr.). Wood-shingled, cottage-like structures house boutiques and eateries catering to the area's well-to-do residents. Plus, there's an 18-hole miniature golf course here for the kiddos and free summer concerts Thursday through Sunday evenings.
Attraction PlaceHoldersCape Cod Children's Museum
Summer ActivitiesPeace Love SUP